Josh Koscheck says he probably added two more years to his fight career after splitting with American Kickboxing Academy, and training full time at home
In an exclusive interview, Josh Koscheck reveals the singular reason he's leaving American Kickboxing Academy, and it has nothing to do with his teammates.
After defeating Mike Pierce at UFC 143 on Saturday night, Josh Koscheck said that he'd be down with fighting Nick Diaz or Carlos Condit... bring
Josh Koscheck says he has finished his time with American Kickboxing Academy, and also comments on potential match-ups with Nick Diaz or Carlos Condit.
Love him or hate him, Josh Koscheck is a winner, but he had his hands full with Mike Pierce at UFC 143 on Saturday night.
Had it not been for Lesnar's unfortunate bout with diverticulitis, Pierce and Koscheck would have fought at UFC Fight Night 20.
Is Josh Koscheck really the most hated man in the UFC? Maybe the better question is does Josh Koscheck even care?
Josh Koscheck was in rare form at Wednesday's UFC 143 open workouts in Las Vegas, touching on his opponent, his obsession with flying, and a
UFC 143: Diaz vs. Condit play-by-play for Josh Koscheck vs. Mike Pierce on Saturday, Feb. 1, in Las Vegas.
Mike Pierce asked for it and now he's got it. He'll face Josh Ksocheck at UFC 143 in Las Vegas.
Sure Josh Koscheck would like another shot at Georges St-Pierre, but right now, he's a Nick Diaz fan.
Some teammates in MMA would gladly fight each other if the stakes were right. Not so with Josh Koscheck and Jon Fitch. In fact, Koscheck
Before the UFC 139 weigh-in, Josh Koscheck took some time to answer fan questions at a Q&A session.
It looks like Carlos Condit has his opponent for the Super Bowl weekend show as Josh Koscheck has been tabbed as the man for the
As Josh Koscheck works to negotiate a new contract with the UFC, the former 'Ultimate Fighter' winner is starting to look towards his career winding
Fresh off his win over Matt Hughes at UFC 135, Josh Koscheck talks to MMAWeekly.com about the win and the significance of beating a legend
Josh Koscheck has always been brash at the minimum if not outright cocky. But when it came to the fight with Matt Hughes, Koscheck has
Josh Koscheck finished UFC veteran Matt Hughes at UFC 135. Read here to find out how he put down the former UFC welterweight champion.
UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage play-by-play of Matt Hughes vs. Josh Koscheck on Saturday, Sept. 24, in Denver.
Josh Koscheck has long lobbied for a fight against UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes. As the fates pulled Diego Sanchez from a fight with
Matt Hughes talks about how he's never turned down a fight, especially one against Josh Koscheck that previous to UFC 135, he had never even
Josh Koscheck was poised to make his return from injury at 185 pounds, that is until an intriguing bout with UFC Hall of Famer Matt
After a bit of deliberation, Matt Hughes and Josh Koscheck are now set to face off in the co-main event for UFC 135 coming up
It didn't take UFC matchmaker Joe Silva long to find a replacement to fight Matt Hughes at UFC 135.
The long road back to the Octagon for former welterweight title contender Josh Koscheck appears to have a destination.
Josh Koscheck suffered a broken orbital bone during his fight with Georges St-Pierre on Saturday night that will require surgery, which will be done in
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre turned Josh Koscheck's own words against him on Saturday night in Montreal as the Canadian out worked, out hustled and
Josh Koscheck says MMA needs someone like him because not everyone can go for Georges St-Pierre's squeaky clean image, and even if you want to
The rematch. The grudge match. After a season of watching Josh Koscheck try to get in the head and play mental games and take verbal
Josh Koscheck believes that all his trash talk over the past several months have worked and that he's gotten inside George St-Pierre's head leading up